What is the most painful thing you have had to do?
What is the most painful action you've had to take that you knew might hurt someone, but the action was completely necessary? Did it turn out the way you expected? Do you still agree it was the best thing to do? Would you do it again?
I had to tell my husband his father had died of a sudden heart attack. I'd known his dad since I was 15 and never heard a harsh word pass between the two of them. I hope I did it as well as something like that can be done. Quick but tender, and of course, my husband reacted as anyone would expect. The only good thing about it was it is the kind of thing you only have to do once.
by M K Paul 6 years ago
Sometimes we share every small things with our partner.What you think, Is it good or bad?
by ryancarter 8 years ago
Why did Auburn have to win?
by Holly 7 years ago
My husband complains about my obsession with shoes- he says that there is no rational reason that I should have; at last count 162 pairs; of fabulous-expressive-conversation starter- shoes...I have boots of different styles/shades and heights-I have heals with straps some without- I have sneakers...
by Cindy Vine 9 years ago
I just slammed shut the macbook lid with some force to get up and make school lunches, and never noticed that my left nipple was resting on the macbook keyboard thingie and it got tweeked very hard when I slammed the macbook lid down. Now ten minutes later, it is still stinging and very...
by Patty Inglish MS 19 months ago
This friend and Hubber passed 6/9/2017 morning unexpectedly, making it almost to his 30th wedding anniversary with Debbie. Please send prayer and thoughts up for wife, children, parents and friends grieving.That's BT Evilpants on HP.Patty
by Susannah Birch 6 years ago
I'm not sure how many of you know my story, but I know that quite a few of the old hands do. My mother tried to kill me as a child. I can remember it happening. I always thought that she'd simply blocked it out as too painful to deal with - and I could deal with that, as it at least showed she felt...
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